The annual New York Auto Show has the reputation of one of the best motor show in the industry. The show is being held at the Big Apple's Jacob Javits Convention Center and it surely did not disappoint fans. Dozens of great cars are being paraded for everyone's delight. Let's check some of the cars that stood out during the event.
Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk.The Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is one of the cars that stood out while on display at the New York Auto Show. Built in a form of SUV but packs muscle under the hood with its 707 HP 6.2L Hellcat Hemi engine. It can run a quarter mile in just 11.6 seconds.
Top speed is at 180 miles per hour and towing capacity is at 7,200 lbs. This car will definitely give its competitors in the SUV category a run for their money. Why is it so? Imagine the power this car can bring. It's fast and unbelievably powerful.
2018 Buick Regal. The 2018 Buick Regal stood out on its own during 2017 New York Auto Show. Designed as a hatchback it captivated fans attending the event because under its hood is a 250 HP, 2.0 L turbo four engines. It comes in different trims that have different transmission gearbox.
The front wheel drive trim is mated to a nine-speed automatic gear shift. The other model which is a 4-wheel drive is paired with an 8 speeder. This car also has an outstanding safety feature in its Drivers Confidence Package. It has all the features to keep you safe and on the road.
2018 Honda Clarity. Honda Motors, the third-biggest automaker in Japan just became just the third producer of a hydrogen car in the United States. The Honda Clarity is a pure hydrogen car that will be initially offered in California first.
The power plant drives a 174 HP motor for a very clean handling, it can travel up to 366 miles in one single full tank. It is estimated to have 9 seconds accelerate from 0-60 mph.
There's no denying that there are so many cars at the New York Auto Show right now and all of them are stunning! More cars are going to be released soon so be sure to be updated with the latest auto news.